Research links talc with ovarian cancer. The FDA reported that scientific studies have for decades shown a link between ovarian cancer and the use of products containing the powder.
Research on cancer in 2006 categorized talc as a possible human carcinogen if used in the genital area by females.
It was found that several showed the talc is associated with ovarian cancer. Research continues on this issue. You can also file a talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit against the talc manufacturing company.
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Talc is a common ingredient in many household products. The powder can be present in a wide variety of personal care products, makeup, supplements, and household goods others.
Examples of products that may contain talc include baby powder, body powder, and powder after bathing, diaper rash ointment, cosmetics, eye shadow, foundation, etc.
Ovarian cancer causes several symptoms. You should seek medical advice if you experience symptoms of ovarian cancer, which may include: feeling bloated, pain in the pelvic area or abdomen, difficulty eating or feeling full quickly, the problem of urinary such as urgency (always feel like you have to go) or frequency (must go often), fatigue.
If ovarian cancer is caused by talcum powder, you are eligible for the compensation. If you have ovarian cancer, your doctor may concentrate on fighting the disease, not determine what caused it.
However, your medical records, pathology reports and samples of tumors from your course of treatment may prove valuable in holding down the cause of the disease in the lawsuit.